Cadore and Blue Bicycle were inplay trades yesterday, and they went off at 5.6 and 8.6 respectively.
On the Timeform results page, it says their in-running lows were 3.4 and 6.0.
This would mean that both were unsuccessful on my inplay lays strategy as they didn't hit 50% of their price in-running. However, my own records show that they DID hit 50% in-running and I successfully layed them at 3.3 and 4.8 respectively, albeit for small amounts.
Wonder why this is? Perhaps Timeform don't record small amounts matched and only record its inplay low if a certain amount of money is matched? The money I got matched was not big so this is a possibility. Anyway, I've emailed them to see what the story is.
Hoping I'm still not too tuned out but I've just bought the S&P500 a few minutes ago. I was waiting for the price (15min charts) to bounce off the pivot at 1399 which it did beautifully. I then wait for another green candle to confirm the uptrend, which I've got. I'll get out for a profit at that 1407 pivot, and my stop loss is set for a pivot not shown in the pic at 1392. As mentioned, the Americans are buyers of this market when they hit
their desks but the Europeans and Asians are selling it overnight.
Hopefully the yanks will get to work later and drive it back up.
I've a few inplay trades for today, pictured below.
I'm off to a wedding up in Cavan today :-) I'm staying over so it's highly unlikely that I'll have any selections tomorrow. Friday is Good Friday so I probably won't have any selections until Saturday.
Best of luck with whatever you are doing.
4 hours ago